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Enemies Dare Not Fire A Single Bullet at Iran: IRGC Commander

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) deputy commander for coordination highlighted Iran’s deterrent power in the face of foreign threats and said the enemies dare not fire even a single bullet at the country.

The enemies are fully aware that the power of the Islamic Republic of Iran has remarkably increased, Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said, addressing a military ceremony in the central province of Isfahan on Thursday.

They have acted against the Islamic Republic on all fronts, however, they have admitted that their attempts have failed, he said.

“No one dares to fire even a single bullet at our country, and without exception, the enemy has faced defeat (in its anti-Iran moves),” the top commander went on to say.

The remarks came against the backdrop of increased tensions between Iran and the US after the Islamic Republic shot down an advanced US spy drone over its territorial waters.

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said on June 20 that a US spy drone that violated the Iranian territorial airspace in the early hours of the day was shot down by the IRGC Aerospace Force’s air defense unit near the Kooh-e-Mobarak region in the southern province of Hormozgan.

The intruding drone was reportedly shot by Iran’s homegrown air defense missile system “Khordad-3rd”.

Later on the same day, US President Donald Trump said he had called off a retaliatory attack on a number of targets in Iran and said that he was ready to speak with Iranian leaders and come to an understanding that would allow the country to improve its economic prospects. “What I’d like to see with Iran, I’d like to see them call me.”

“I look forward to the day where we can actually help Iran. We’re not looking to hurt Iran,” Trump added.

However, on June 24 Trump announced new sanctions against top Iranian officials, including the office of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, Iran’s foreign minister, and senior commanders of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).

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